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A True and One of a Kind Normandy "Relic"

Article about: Don't know where else to list this. Here is a True on of a Kind Normandy "relic" It is a sketch of a Captured Panther Recovery Tank, Drawn at St Andre sur Orne on July 26 1944 by R

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    Don't know where else to list this.
    Here is a True on of a Kind Normandy "relic" It is a sketch of a Captured Panther Recovery Tank, Drawn at St Andre sur Orne on July 26 1944 by R. Karro(?)s of the Sherbrooke Fusiliers Regt 27th Canadian Armoured Regt.
    The paper has been mounted on cardboard and now has "plastic" on it to protect it, that's the way I got it
    Great detail and having the info of where and when is just so very rare

    Dean O
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    Very Nice!

    Too bad that plastic is on. Typical of what people did to "protect" items way back when. Never considered that it could yellow and crack with age.

    Michael
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    Well the yellow is probably my camera, the paper is coloured "natural" so it is a light yellow brown, as is the cardboard that it is mounted on..the"plastic" looks clear to me..need better lighting.

    Dean O

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